Lake Manze Camp

Tanzania

  • 4x4, boat and walking safaris
  • En-suite tents with solar-heated showers
  • Views of Lake Manze from your veranda
  • Relax in the lounge between activities
  • Bush breakfasts and lunches

 

Open: Lake Manze Camp is open from mid-March to mid-June.

Location: The camp is about an 8 hour drive from Dar es Salaam, so a 40 minute flight to Siwandu airstrip is the preferred option for most guests!

Rooms: There are 12 Meru-style tents which can be with either twin or double beds. The en-suite bathroom has a hot (solar power) shower and flush loo. There is no electricity in the tents.

Activities: Game drives, boat trips, walking safaris and fishing are all offered here at Lake Manze. Game drives are taken with a max of 4 people per vehicle. Boat trips are roughly 2 hours long and you’re likely to see birds, hippos and crocodiles plus a few other animals.

Facilities:  There is a central area with the lounge and dining areas and a small bar. Meals can also be eaten outside and spacial bush meals can be arranged. There are battery charging facilities in the main area.

Children: Children are welcome at the camp, but under-16 year olds are not permitted to take part in walking safaris.

Health: This is a malarial area.

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Client Rating for Tanzania 5/5 from 217 reviews

Lake Manze was very well run. They were extremely professional and knowledgeable. The guides Bakari and Mgona were remarkable and made feel safe in all our adventures. Omani our boatman was extremely professional. It was the best camp my husband\'s been to!

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